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UMB’s Council for the Arts & Culture enhances the quality of life on campus and in our community by promoting the arts in Baltimore.
We raise awareness of the connections between the arts and sciences and bring exhibits and performances to campus.
In partnership with the Office of Communications and Public Affairs, we publicize our events to our community and partner with other institutions to introduce the arts to local schoolchildren.
Channeling My Inner Beyoncé: Learning to Sing Like a Pro
Nov. 27, 2017
Have you ever fancied yourself a singer? Do you know the difference between “belting” and using your “head voice?” Do you just love going to events at the Hippodrome? Well, read about a recent collaboration between the Council for the Arts & Culture and the Hippodrome: “Broadway 101: Brown Bag Lunch Series.” More events will be coming in Spring 2018.
Theater Critic Rousuck Gives Lowdown on Hippodrome Lineup
Oct. 3, 2017
Theater critic Judy Rousuck gave the inside scoop on the productions coming to the Hippodrome Theatre this season in the latest “Broadway 101” brown bag lunch series talk for members of the UMB community Sept. 27.
Brady Art Exhibit Has Gala Opening
Aug. 29, 2017
UMB’s Council for the Arts & Culture was honored to have Francine Brady’s art exhibit open on Aug. 14 at the Weise Gallery in the Health Sciences and Human Services Library.
Employees Embrace Davidge Hall Tour
May 30, 2017
Some 205 years after its completion, Davidge Hall still fascinates UMB staff members, who were treated to a tour by Larry Pitrof on May 24.
Community Spirit Showers Down on Festival
April 22, 2017
Betty Cloud visits the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Community Engagement Center (CEC) nearly every day to use its free computers. On Saturday, April 22, the West Baltimore resident came to the center for another reason - to take part in UMB’s Second Annual Neighborhood Spring Festival.